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The Complete A to Z for Your V: A Women's Guide to Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Vagina--Health, Pleasure, Hormones, and More Paperback – June 1, 2017
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G Is For Gyno
It’s too bad you probably don’t think there’s anything funny about going to the gyno. If you’re like most ladies, you have like a million, no, make that a gazillion, reasons not to see your gynecologist: You might be embarrassed because you have an STD or just think you have one (an excellent reason to be on the examining table!). Maybe you haven’t had anything abnormal going on down there, so you don’t feel like making the trip. Or you could just be shy, and showing your lady flower to a doctor is the last thing in the world you want to do. Perhaps you have a ton of anxiety wrapped up with what could go wrong, and you’d rather bring Voldemort home as your date than get into the stirrups. Okay, that’s extreme but you get my point—you have your reasons. Whatever they are, girl, get over them! Keeping your lady flower in good health is one of the best things you can do for yourself, and there’s no reason on earth that trumps your own health and well-being.
N Is For Nutrition
You Know the Old Saying “You Are What You Eat”? What Should I Eat to Keep My Vag Sweet and Healthy?
The answer is not sugar, honey. The fact is any diet that is healthy for your entire body will benefit your V. But if it isn’t getting the balance of vitamins and minerals it needs, you could be more prone to irritation and infection, making for one unhappy vajayjay.
About the Author
Alyssa Dweck MD is a gynecologist in Westchester County, NY. She is proficient in gynecologic surgery and has expertise in female sexual health. She has been voted Top Doctor in New York Magazine and Westchester Magazine. She provides care to women of all ages and has delivered thousands of babies. A graduate of Barnard College, she has a Masters Degree in Human Nutrition from Columbia University and her MD from Drexel University in Philadelphia. She did her residency training at Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood, Pa. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and a Consultant Massachusetts General Hospital (Vincent's Memorial Ob/Gyn Service). Dr. Dweck is on the Health Advisory Board of Family Circle Magazine and contributes regularly to Women's Health Magazine, Cosmopolitan and has been on The Today Show. Dr Dweck has co-authored three books, including the upcoming The Complete A to Z of the V. An accomplished triathlete who also enjoys sports cars in her 'spare' time, Dr. Dweck lives in Scarsdale, New York, with her husband, their two sons and their English bulldog. Please visit drdweck.com.
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After working in medicine for several years, I've seen firsthand how uneducated women and men are about their own bodies, especially their reproductive system. Many doctor and ER visits could be avoided by reading a book like this one. It never fails to amaze me when someone ends up in the ER because they tried a way to prevent pregnancy, enhance sex, clean things "downstairs", or a lot more because of something they read online or heard from a friend (same happens with guys, too). Even just reading the glossary in the back of the book would be beneficial to a good number of people. Little quizzes are available to help reinforce knowledge, as well as blurbs containing factoids and 'duh' files. An appendix in the back listing additional resources would have been nice should a reader wish to do further research on their own. That's really the only downside to this book I have.
If you're a parent with a female child, are an adult that would like a trustworthy source of information, or doctor looking for a unique way to educate patients, I really recommend this book.